Our list of Top 5 Most Value for Money Cars in India includes details on prices, specs, mileage, and other factors
Every segment of the affordable car market is full of cars that excel in one department or the other. However, there are some cars that are the proverbial jack of all trades.
These are the cars that offer a lot for their price and come across as excellent value for money in terms of price, space, mileage and affordability. Today, our focus is on the top 5 most Value for Money cars in India –
|Price||Rs 3.9 – 5.65 lakh|
|Specs||1.1-litre petrol, 68 bhp, 99 Nm|
The new Hyundai Santro has a lot going for it. It is well priced and has an excellent ride quality and a spacious interior. Its 1.1-litre four-cylinder engine is highly refined and offers decent mileage. The optional AMT makes it an even better package. Handling isn’t bad either. Overall, it’s high on the value for money factor.
|Price||Rs 7.58 – 10.55 lakh|
|Specs||1.3-litre petrol, 89 bhp, 200 Nm|
The Maruti Vitara Brezza has been the leader of the sub-4-metre SUV segment and not without reason. It offers an excellent package for the price it commands. While it’s less powerful than both Ford EcoSport and Tata Nexon and even lacks some features, it more than makes up for this through a more competitive price, higher mileage, cheap spares, better after-sales service, and well-sorted dynamics. The Maruti Vitara Brezza is high on the Value for Money factor. It’s one car you can’t go wrong with.
|Price||Rs 3.29 – 4.89 lakh|
|Specs||1.2-litre, 67 bhp, 104 Nm|
While it is the likes of the Maruti Wagon R that is the most popular model in the A2-segment, the Datsun Go, especially in its revised format, is the car that offers the most value for money. Based on the old Micra’s platform, the Datsun Go has a roomier cabin than most of the similarly priced models and now, with the facelift, looks bolder, too.
It has a 1.2-litre petrol engine that offers a good mix of power and fuel economy. Its top-end variant offers a touchscreen infotainment unit, which helps this car simply take the car among its rivals. The Datsun Go is undoubtedly the highest value for money offering in the entry-level market.
|Price||Rs 5.20 – 7.49 lakh|
|Specs||1.2-litre petrol, 84 bhp, 114 Nm/1.05-litre, 69 bhp, 140 Nm|
|Mileage||20.3 kmpl/24.7 kmpl|
The Tata Tigor is not only the cheapest sedan on sale in India, but it’s also the most value for money offering in the price segment. For a price of a B2-segment hatchback, it is a sub-4-metre sedan that has a large boot, great styling, and frugal engines. It’s also the best looking compact sedan we’ve ever laid our eyes on. It makes for a great all-rounder due to the several qualities it offers.
5. Maruti Ciaz
|Price||Rs 8.19 – 10.97 lakh|
|Specs||1.5-litre petrol, 104 bhp, 138 Nm/1.3-litre, 89 bhp, 200 Nm|
|Mileage||21.56 kmpl/28.09 kmpl|
The last model in our list of most value for money cars in India is the Maruti Ciaz, which has just too much going for it. It is priced below all its rivals, is the most fuel-efficient car in the country due to its frugal diesel engine and SHVS, has segment-leading interior space, features like touchscreen infotainment unit, cheap spares and backing of the excellent after sales network of Maruti Suzuki.
Top 5 Most Value For Money Cars in India – With Prices
|New Hyundai Santro||Rs 3.9 – 5.65 lakh|
|Maruti Vitara Brezza||Rs 7.58 – 10.55 lakh|
|Datsun GO||Rs 3.29 – 4.89 lakh|
|Tata Tigor||Rs 5.20 – 7.49 lakh|
|Maruti Ciaz||Rs 8.19 – 10.97 lakh|
Like we said, all the above cars offer excellent value for money and excel in several departments. All of the above are well-rounded products that have just too much going in their favour. Tell us, which model in our list of Top 5 Most Value For Money Cars in India do you like the most? Is it the super-successful Maruti Ciaz, the newly launched second-generation Hyundai Santro or any other model?